I can’t believe that Plague has been churning away for a year, hosting Rainwalk.net! In a totally unintentional celebration of that event, I’ve replaced the storage on this drive with something a bit more modern, replacing the LVD-80 drives with Ultra-160 drives and adding a ton more storage. I’ve also taken the opportunity to ditch Windows Server 2000 and replaced it with Windows Server 2003.
Currently the drives are set up with two 18 gig drives in RAID-1 storing the main system files, applications and data, a 9 gig drive to hold the Windows 2003 CD-ROM image, the swap file and temp directories. The last 80 gig drive will be used purely for storage and ftp access for replaceable data like patches and other sharable data.
There’s still a ton of work to be done to get this server back where it was before the upgrade, but it should shake itself out over the next couple of days.
Supermicro SC822I-400RC 2U Server case with 400w PSU
AMD Athlon XP 1600+ (1.4GHz) Processor
Thermaltake Slim Volcano 8 SE Heatsink
Soyo K7v EM-PRO Motherboard (with integrated Video, LAN, Audio)
768 MB PC133 Crucial RAM (1x 256, 1x 512)
Adaptec SCSI RAID 2100s controller
2x Quantum Atlas II U-160 10,000rpm 18gb SCSI drives in RAID-1
Quantum Atlas II U-160 10,000rpm 9gb SCSI drive
Quantum Atlas V 10kII 10,000rpm U160 80gb SCSI Drive
Slimline 56x CD-ROM